TThe red arrows are out today to commemorate the Queen’s 95th birthday, but what is their flight path? Here’s how you can see them.

It’s June 12th which means one thing – the Queen’s birthday!

Every year, the monarch’s birthday is celebrated with Trooping the Colour, a parade consisting of 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians.

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, better known as the Red Arrows will also be out flying today to honour the occasion, but when will you be able to see them?

Here’s their official flight path for June 12th 2021.

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The Red Arrows will be flying around Berkshire

To honour the Queen’s 95th birthday, the Red Arrows will be flying around Berkshire.

They will fly from their based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire down to Bournemouth before flying around Berkshire and the surrounding areas.

The Red Arrows are also scheduled to fly past Windsor Castle on the way.

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Red Arrows June 12th flight path revealed

  • RAF Scampton – 10:59am
  • Sturgate – 11:01am
  • Near Northampton – 11:13am
  • South of Hook – 11:17am
  • Southeast of Cheltenham – 11:21am
  • Northwest of Wooton – 11:24am
  • South of Wantage – 11:27am
  • Goring – 11:29am
  • North of White – 11:31am
  • Windsor Castle – 11:33am
  • East of Woking – 11:35am
  • Southeast of Haslemere – 11:38am
  • South of Bognor – 11:41am
  • Bournemouth – 11:49am
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What are the Red Arrows?

The Red Arrows is the aerobatics display team of the Royal Air Force.

It was formed in 1964 and has become a huge part of British culture, used to commemorate a number of big summer events.

A Red Arrows display consists of nine pilots who fly red Hawk fast-jets in a diamond formation before splitting apart and performing various aerobatics.

The engineering team behind the Red Arrows are known as ‘The Blues’, consisting of 85 members.

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